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Youth Day Give-Away

Youth Day Give-Away

In lieu of South African Youth Day, which we celebrate on 16 June, we have a very special Give Away for Children. Dr Jillian Roberts, author of Why Do Families Change?  has generously donated two autographed copies of her book, one of which will be kept in our Library and the other will be given […]

15th June 2017 | By More
The Freedom of Divorce

The Freedom of Divorce

Freedom from the Past brings Freedom to build a Future As we were celebrating Freedom Day in South Africa recently, commemorating the transitions our country and its people have gone through over the past 20 odd years, it made me think about the freedom that the transition of divorce brings. Don’t’ get me wrong, I’m […]

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Earn Forgiveness and Rebuild Trust after Betrayal

Earn Forgiveness and Rebuild Trust after Betrayal

Whether you divorce or reconcile, it remains paramount to earn forgiveness for betraying our spouses and work diligently to build a renewed trusting relationship. This process set out below, will not only bring healing but will lay the foundation for respectful and amicable co-parenting where children are involved. To err is human, to take full […]

8th July 2016 | By More
Signs that your Spouse is Hiding Assets

Signs that your Spouse is Hiding Assets

Hiding assets to avoid sharing fairly during divorce is an unethical and illegal practice, commonly found all over the world. Your assets may include your marital home (primary residence), holiday property, investments, bank accounts, savings, shares, retirement funds, pension plans, cash value on life insurance, a professional practice, a business and much more. Instead of […]

12th November 2015 | By More
Dishonesty in Divorce

Dishonesty in Divorce

Being dishonest during a divorce process is so common, we tend to think nothing of it, other than regard it as someone protecting their own interests from an evil partner. Not so simple! . . Lies The purpose of dividing assets in the divorce process, is to treat both spouses fairly, considering their individual needs […]

26th March 2015 | By More